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10/11/2013 Past Hall of Fame Celebrations
15th Annual UTC Hall of Fame Celebration

The Annual Hall of Fame event honors individuals with Utah ties who have made global contributions to the information technology and life science industries through new technology, innovation and leadership. 

2013 UTC Hall of Fame Keynote

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Shantanu Narayen
President and Chief Executive Officer
Adobe Systems Incorporated
 

Shantanu Narayen is president and chief executive officer of Adobe, one of the world's largest and most diversified software companies. Narayen's leadership, technology insight and operational expertise have strengthened Adobe's culture of innovation, expanded the company into new markets, and extended its product portfolio and global reach. In 2009, Narayen led the $1.8 billion acquisition of Omniture, Inc., expanding Adobe’s ability to help customers measure and optimize the value of online experiences, content and applications...read more

2013 UTC Hall of Fame Inductees
David-Finalsm3David R. Bradford
Executive Chairman
Hirevue

Known for accelerating the growth and performance of game-changing organizations, David Bradford is Executive Chairman of HireVue. In this role, Bradford leads the board and guides the future of HireVue as it pioneers the digital interviewing market to bring faster, convenient, standardized interviews to businesses around the world...read more
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Photo_Kjeldsberg_Carlsm3Carl R. Kjeldsberg
ARUP

Born in Trondheim, Norway, Carl R. Kjeldsberg attended the University of Edinburgh in Scotland where he received his medical degree in 1966. He completed a rotating internship and a pathology residency at General Rose Memorial Hospital in Denver, Colorado before transferring to the University of Utah School of Medicine where he directed the Department of Pathology hematology section from 1971 to 1974...
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Matsen_John4in_w-(UTC-Hall-of-Fame)sm3John M. Matsen, III
ARUP

Born in Salt Lake City, John M. Matsen attended Brigham Young University and UCLA Medical School. Following his internship and residency at UCLA and Harbor General Hospital, he moved to Minneapolis, Minnesota, where he completed a post-doctoral fellowship in infectious diseases in the Department of Pediatrics at the University of Minnesota School of Medicine...
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Bio Video | Speech Video
 
Event Program (PDF)
 
Shantanu Narayen & Brad Rencher Fireside

Governor Gary Herbert's Remarks


Richard R. Nelson's Remarks

Opening Entertainment

 
Press Releases  
President and CEO of Adobe to Headline UTC 2013 Hall of Fame Gala

David R. Bradford, Carl R. Kjeldsberg and John M. Matsen to be Inducted into UTC Hall of Fame

Last Change to Register for Utah Technology Council's 2013 Hall of Fame Gala

Technology Is Transforming Publishing, Supporting Consumption of Content on Every Device, Adobe CEO Shantanu Narayen Says

Utah Technology Council Hall of Fame Gala Honors Giants in Utah Tech (edcUTAH)

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Past Hall of Fame Keynotes
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Click here to view/print the 2013 UTC Hall of Fame Sponsorship Opportunities.   
Sponsorship Opportunities

Cost 

Platinum Plus Sponsor

$50,000

Platinum Sponsor                                                          

$35,000

Gold Sponsor

$20,000

Silver Sponsor

$10,000

Bronze Sponsor

$5,000 

Networking Sponsor

$2,500 

   
Ticket Pricing

Cost 

Premier Table of 10 - UTC Member

$4,000 

Premier Table of 10 - Non-UTC Member

$5,000

Table of 10 - UTC Platinum & Gold Industry Investors

$2,250 

Table of 10 - UTC Member

$2,750 

Table of 10 - Non-UTC Member

$4,000 

Individual - UTC Member

$275 

Individual - Non-UTC Member

$400 

 

 

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